I'm trying to change my site (link in sig) to an expandable one to fit the width of a browser. I've accomplished this part already and am satisfied with the result. However, the 3 columns do not extend all the way to the bottom of the page like I want them to.
True only one column will have content. My current layout already takes advantage of the faux columns idea. The downside is that the center column does not expand to fit the browsers width, which is what I'm trying to accomplish. I don't think faux columns technique allows for that, does it?
I've implemented your CSS into my own design. You can see the result in the link in my sig. The content now expands horizontally to fit the browser as I wanted, and I added a footer div. There's still some error checking I need to do.
IE's lack of support for min-height makes it annoying on pages with very little content (the footer appears too high). I don't know how to fix that other than adding lots of <br /> tags which I don't want to do, or adding a big thick bottom padding on the content, which I also don't want to do. In Mozilla/Opera the min-height CSS works so it's no problem.
theuedimaster, are you referring to one of the 2 files linked in my original post? I've not fixed those and will just delete them, as I've gone a different route from that idea. Do you see this IE problem on the page linked in my sig?